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. california's looking at $4.65 a gallon. >> inbridge says, give us a permit, we'll get the gasoline to you. california does not permit pipelines. so it's a shortage going in. refinery shortage and a shortage of product. >> and the governor there trying to fix things in a hurry. see you tonight. >> if he has an spr, fine. >> 6:00 and 11:00 p.m. eastern time. >>> when we come back, the world's online daily deals website in the spotlight. you want to hear from a fair of co-founders of groupon, what they have to say about the company's futures. >>> and faber will talk to barnes & noble ceo wichl lynch in a cnbc exclusive in just a moment. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 let's talk about low-cost investing. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 at schwab, we're committed to offering you tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 low-cost investment options-- tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 like our exchange traded funds, or etfs tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 which now have the lowest tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 operating expenses tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 in their respective tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 lipper categories. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 lower than spdr tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 tdd
be experiencing huge success, but the rest of california is struggling. find out why tech and social media might not be the economic engines the golden state needs. and the startup that could help you cut your cell phone bill in half. freedom pop ceo joins us. all that and more in the next hour. we'll start with kraft, though. the nasdaq investigating potentially erroneous trades today. want to send to bertha coombss for more on what happened. >> yeah, very interesting debut today for kraft. trading as two separate companies. officially yesterday kraft spinning into two separate divisions. mondelez which controls all of the snack foods an kraft foods which is the grocery arm. but at the open of trade today, take a look at that chart with kraft foods, it still shows a spike. very unusual spike. the stock yesterday closing at about 45 and change. opening a little higher than that today. and then spiking up to $58.54. nasdaq now canceling trades that traded above $47.82ed that were executed right at the open between 9:30 and 9:31. didn't exactly impact mondelez, the snack food side which includes o
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that this is a permanent project from which you cannot leave, it is the hotel california, thrown out the window. then you wonder clearly about portugal and ireland and so on and so forth. listen, i hope this works out. my only point is the way they are implementing austerity at this point is quite foolish. as you can see, they are worsening the picture not making it better. >> what they are doing by delaying the inevitable is that they are not allowing markets to work. there have been many cases where you have countries that had their own separately floating currencies. europe used to be that way. the euro can persist and may not persist with the same members. if it doesn't persist with the same members, at least you derive benefits of the balancing effect of having a currency to appreciate or depreciate. >> i have sat quiet for a long time and have to come in on this argument again about having the euro floating currency as the answer to everything. the u.k. has its own free-floating currency and it is engaged to qe equal to 25% of its gdp and still the country is economically on its knees. there's more
, of course, with the new rules on winter rate gasoline for california and some of the refineries coming back online on the east coast, we're seeing those supplies come back online. 10:30 a.m. >> we're talking about the so-called fiscal -- season. if it's more of a slope or a slightly graded scale. the fact is that next year, potentially, the taxes on dividends are going to get up. and so we are starting to see signs of companies that are paying dividends now, rather than waiting until next year. case in point, hca. a public company, large for profit hospital operator in this cup. but also owned still a great deal by family and by the likes of its private equity sponsors, in this case, kpr and bayne, for example. yesterday, this incredibly high yield market and the need perhaps the believe that it's better to return moment to money to shareholders now, behind a 2.5 billion junk bond offering by the company, they're getting things done at below 5%. it is really amazing. 5.875%. you see the ten-year and they are returning $1.15 billion to shareholders in the form of a dividend. expect to see mo
, rhode island, and california. the biggest drop was in california, and while texas added the most jobs in september, california added the most jobs this year. they're being created in all areas. it is coming from start up businesses. is the election on ceo andy moeck's mind? >> in the equation we have to hire or not hire someone, who is in office is zero input. >> chevron was interviewing engineers this week to see if they're willing to move to bakersfield. >> you have to go where the jobs are, you have to follow the work, you can't restrict yourself in an kmie like this to something that's just close by. >> then there are the swing states in this election. michigan which lost the most jobs, followed by ohio with job losses for nearly that much, and while ohio showed gains of almost 90,000 jobs, there remains there long unemployed people like mark jacobs, searching craigslist every day. >> right now i'm applying for temporary holiday work like department stores and stuff. i tried that last year, got interviews, but not a position. people are saying jobs are number one. for me that's tr
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-- and i can tell you today, jumped to the conclusion that that air was probably california. nay-nay, i say, and california wasn't happy about being blamed. so who is the $30,000 drop? the game goes on. there's only a few states, maybe, that could have that big of a drop. and i have an opinion. but guess what, i'm not going to say anything until we have some facts. if you look at the facts of the marketplace today, interest rates are dropping. and it seemed to coordinate a bit with the number. but also remember, it's friday. things get weird on friday. was the number the mover or was it just the mogul before the market gets to its friday duties? we saw big drops in yields on ten. big drops on yields on 30. and if you look at the boon, and this is what gives you the weekend clue, usually they correlate pretty well, even though their net change is the same, their route to get there was very much different. and even at the euro currency, which is up a bit on the day, but it's down on the week getting close to that 130/40 close, we see it had its big rally before our time zone. last turn i find
play. and a lot of that, munis in particular, even with areas of california potentially illinois, around the country, these municipalities that are going chapter 11, it doesn't -- or chapter 9, it doesn't really matter. because it is still a play maybe against the fiscal cliff, taxation. but the point is there is something we all agree on. but be careful. okay? if this is five years on stocks, i think what everybody's thinking about is between where we're at now and five years, they do believe stocks are going to be higher. but the real question is, where's the path to get there? and i think the same thing is true for interest rates. you know, here we are around 1.82. i think it's pretty smart to say that in a five-year horizon, pretty much everybody afwrees they're going to be higher. but what path are we going to take? that is really the argument. when you get many of these managers that say, don't worry, just buy and hold or buy on the dips, that all might be true. except for somewhere along the line there's going to be an extreme everybody's going to want to avoid. timing is
in france and germany. road map starts in cupertino, california, where apple earnings missed. gross margins fell and the stock is moderately higher. we'll go through positives and negatives of a controversial quarter. >> amazon posted first loss in a decade with operating expenses up 28%. higher as well premarket. are investors too nervous to short those names in the holiday season? >> broad market is lower despite the gdp number. we'll get the view. >>> bombshell ticktock in "the new york times." >>> futures off the lows after the release of the final -- preliminary hearing gdp report from before the presidential election. data showing the economy grew 2% in the third quarter. that's above expectations and up from 1.3 we saw in q-2. numbers were boosted by consumer spending and defense and a big part of this, we'll see today whether we're still in an environment where people question data clearly gdp is more hard to manipulate than the jobs number. >> i thought the same. as soon as numbers came out, i said the people who do not like obama will say this was padded by five more planes sold.
in california, liquor as you said, huge, if we could get liquor in the east coast costcos, wow! liquor and tobacco, not that i want to encourage smoking. >> it brings to mind what we mentioned at the top, the war between amazon and walmart getting spicier here, first they stopped selling kindles, shot across the bow, same-day delivery. >> kindle was an interesting sign, a number of people focused on. what that means for kindle competitors as well but there's no doubt amazon competes with walmart. >> walmazon? >> it may be. >> or the age of ama-mart. >> whatever it takes. come on, jeff. >> david's pickup line. >> i'm trying. i'm trying. >> it is a tough sell. >> there's a great deal of interest in amazon given how many different things it's doing. >> let's talk about microsoft this morning, ceo steve ballmer has seen his pay package fall by 4% for the fiscal year the company trimming his bonus because of a drop in windows revenue. ballmer sees microsoft becoming more like apple. he points to online hardware and online services as microsoft's future adding the company may eventually make
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that we're seeking utility workers from as far away as texas and california. we have -- hopefully we have about 4,000 utility workers who will be coming into the state to help, but this is going to be a serious problem. the national guard is going to continue to be deployed, removing tree limbs, doing that kind of work to release the lines. on the restoration of power, we're going to ask the public service commission to oversee these utility companies in restoring the power, and making sure it's being done well and as quickly as possible. specifically the long island power authority, lipa, has had a very poor track record in just this area of restoring power, and we're going to ask the chairman of the psc to specifically monitor lipa to make sure the power is coming on. in terms of buses, there will be a limited resumption of service started today at 5:00 p.m. limited redumgs is basically the sunday schedule and hopefully tomorrow there will be full service on the buses. a little ray of light is the no fares will be charged on the buses today or tomorrow as new yorkers are struggling to g
themselves on route 1 in california thanks to google. >> take a look at shares of oracle, surging today on the first day of its open world conference. it's up 1.6%. really nice, strong gain, bucking the trend amongst its peers, as well as a broader market. one of those ipos going to hit the market workday. that's a cloud play, expected to be a hot ipo. in fact, people are already estimating that revenues will hit $1 billion by 2015. so workday is that ipo. could be in oracle's back yard in terms of competition. >> i find it amazing. oracle's application growth was nil. and there frankly is not -- the growth tends to be acquisition growth. and people love it. they don't look through the numbers. one of the frustrating things for the purists is there wasn't a lot of growth in oracle and the stock didn't get hit. this is a remarkable time, guys. here you don't have the classic what you want to see from tech, which is good revenue growth and no one seems to mind. >> i think in certain companies, investors are willing to look past. that's oracle, that's amazon, a number of them. and they're
coming in california? and how much is being juiced by the leasing deals you're petting out there in order to bring people in with massive discounts? >> a lot of the estimates, incentive spend or overstated are quite frankly, bill. new technology, but but we have to take a much longer approach with the vehicle. a halo here, the elec strks rication of a month's story. we feel good because it set a record. >> kurt, i understand where you're coming from. what is the average incentive for the bull market? what's the average cash on the moot market or anything that we would put on a given vehicle. >> it is competitive to be in the marketplace. it is a much bigger story to tell than just a monthly story. that is technology that we need to continue to grow both in the u.s. and globally. and we'll continue to do that. >> kurt mcneil, joining us from general motors headquarters when sales numbers went up just a smidge. melissa, back to you. >>> thank you, phil lebeau. we have another dose of breaking news. let's go to amman jobbers in washington right now from the sec. amman, this news is coming. >
, something everyone needs. the entire town of bridgeville, california. a honus wagner baseball card. i wonder, ken, over time, if the average -- maybe the median price point has to have gone up, right? >> actually, i think you're seeing the price come down. two reasons there. one would be the vehicle sales category is becoming a much smaller factor for the company, and second has been around currency headwinds. pricing was down in the quarter. if you separate out the vehicles, i think that that's something that will stand to increase over time too. >> we should have the buy now button for the g2 jet. >> i think they're close. >> ken, thanks so much. always good to talk to you. >> thank you. >> subcategory based on color. we've got a market flash here. this time within the semiconductor space. brian sullivan is back at headquarters. >> thanks, michelle. when you're trading at 34 times earnings, you'd better not disappoint the street. that's exactly what mellanox has done, israeli based semiconductor manufacturer. the problem, the street estimating $156 million. that stock is down 21%. got to n
business that still has that level of hazard? i mean, fire, flare, but if they get california open, then i think you will see a decline. not in time for election. >> also, mexico, remember, just near the u.s. border has announced it's opening refineries. there's been so much pressure, increasing refinery pressure in the u.s. hasn't been able to happen but if you have that capacity coming online in mexico or that region, it will be another source of downward pressure on prices. >> we've become -- untold story. one candidate, wake up, huge exporter of refined products. this is a disaster because we have jones act doesn't let us take ships up to the east. we don't have the pipeline capacity. so we're shipping frantically refined product. >> that's one of the reasons the consumer here in the u.s. hasn't seen so much relief. so much of the product is being exported. it's interesting the way consumer sentiment held up, despite the fact gasoline has been making new monthly fresh highs. if that continues going into the holiday season, you see the forecast going up 4%, they don't look too stretched
a beautiful day it looks like in california. >>> facebook bouncing back, can it prove itsity itcritics wron the long run? >>> and a wall street trading legend, hedge fund guru tpg-axon's dinakar singh. we're back after a short break. , or jumping into the market, he goes with people he trusts, which is why he trades with a company that doesn't nickel and dime him with hidden fees. so he can worry about other things, like what the market is doing and being ready, no matter what happens, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense, from td ameritrade. >>> shares of facebook soaring on track for their best percentage gain in their short life as a public company, beating third quarter expectations, showing they can make some money from mobile advertising. there's a look at the shares at 23.85. michael packard is an analyst at web bush securities, had a bye rating on the stock since before the ipo and michael you almost apologized to investors for wanting to buy the stock so early on, riding it through the summer. is today your moment to shine in the sun? is this today your make good? >>
but this class action now in california. >> the class actions really started after the oft. we're working with them. in general we think that online travel agencies bring much more choice to customers. we have over 160,000 hotels. 200 airlines. we want to give choice variety to consumers and we'll be working with authorities on this case going forward. >> something we talk often about is movement to mobile devices for so many businesses. we talked to the gentleman that runs the weather company. what about your customer base. is it moving to mobile devices to make reservations and things of that nature? >> very much so. very much so. what we're seeing is a different kind of customer coming mobile. that's the last-minute booker. you used to have a situation where you drive into town and if you didn't have a reservation you look for a sign and see what rates are. now consumers look down to their smartphones and looking to book a hotel last minute. what we're also doing is giving hotels special opportunities to reach these last-minute travelers exclusively. mobile only rates. hotel wins becau
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